Psychologist argues face-to-face interactions should be a priority to stave off loneliness and make us more resilient
You exercise regularly. You watch what you eat. But when was the last time you hung out with a friend or family member to discuss important matters in your life?
If you want to be healthier, get out there and socialize, says Montreal-based developmental psychologist and journalist Susan Pinker. It may do you more good than joining the newest fitness craze or adopting the latest diet. Read the full article at The Globe and Mail